Well, wouldn't you know it, but T-Mobile -- the only nationwide AWS service provider in the US -- objects to Verizon's purchase of additional AWS spectrum. The company's CEO, Philipp Humm, recently took his concerns to the chief of the FCC's wireless bureau, Rick Kaplan, where he argued that Verizon's proposal to shed Blocks A and B of the 700MHz spectrum simply wouldn't be fair shake.
T-Mobile USA this morning announced that CEO Philipp Humm has resigned. The Deutsche Telekom unit said that Humm is leaving the company to reunite with his family in Europe. Humm joined Deutsche Telekom in 2005, and has been running... Read Post
T-Mobile USA Chief Executive Philipp Humm has resigned and will be replaced in the interim by COO Jim Alling as the company searches for a new leader to head U.S. operations. A representative at T-Mobile revealed on Wednesday that H... Read Post
With its recent acquisition of LiveRail, an enterprise software company that manages programmatic video ad sales for publishers, Facebook is embracing a big opportunity to service publishers -- and, with a particular emphasis on de... Read Post